Volker Lindenstruth goes behind the scenes of a completely new computing model that allows the ALICE collaboration to merge online and offline data processing into a single softwar...
Researchers from CERN, DESY, IBM Quantum and more than 30 other organisations plot a course for quantum computing in particle physics.
CERN is home to an international effort to develop the next generation of gravitational-wave telescopes.
Together with colleagues from CERN’s Vacuum, Surfaces and Coatings and Mechanical and Materials Engineering groups, Audrey Vichard is working on R&D for the Einstein Telescope.
Watch this webinar now, to explore how to use Sirepo for linear accelerator simulations.
Participants of a recent CERN workshop discussed vacuum technologies for next-generation gravitational-wave observatories such as the Einstein Telescope.
Taking advantage of detectors used for particle physics, cosmogenic muons are becoming powerful tools for non-destructive imaging of large structures such as pyramids.
The superconducting-link system for the HL-LHC is a shining example of how accelerator technology drives innovation with a wider impact on society, writes Amalia Ballarino.
CERN and software company Zenseact have completed a three-year project investigating the use of AI in autonomous vehicles.
The challenges of performing precision flavour physics in the very harsh conditions of the HL-LHC are triggering a vast R&D programme at the forefront of technology.
The ALICE collaboration is charting a course to an exciting heavy-ion physics programme for Runs 5 and 6 at the High-Luminosity LHC.
DESY researchers have measured the energy evolution of an electron bunch inside a laser-plasma accelerator for the first time.
New partnership will investigate the use of superconducting technologies in the electrical distribution systems of future hydrogen-powered aircraft.